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Saint Leo College
Saint Leo, Florida
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Even though twenty-one years separated the graduating
classes of 1969 and 1990, all members of the classes
left with the special memories Saint Leo holds.
During Saint Leo's one hundreth anniversary we
remember our colleges first President, Dr. John L.
The 1970 Homecoming court of Saint Leo poses for a
group shot outside of the fairly new Marmion/Snyder
Though the letters of Alpha Sigma Chi fraternity have
changed the traditions started long ago, shared by this
brother, will carry on forever.
When Marmion/Snyder was being built, who would have thought that there would be a
possibility of the dorm becoming co-ed.
In present and future years the arch will greet newly arriving students along with those
returning to the college.
The Delta Phi Delta sorority celebrated the fall festival weekend.
Beth Snyder relaxes while reading over some information for her class.
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u/ai placed upon He hifouuil changei in Saint Leoi
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academe itanda/idi biinging in mm motivated itkdenti,
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achievement ScholaiUci u/ai notthe only aim, that Saint
Leo- changed in. Social clubi, gteeJc otganizatLoni, ado
changed fot the better,. With the, oniet of national
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organ&auoni achieving goaA they nev&t imagined they
could. Ai u/e experienced thi Homing point ai pieient
itudedi of Saint Leo Cofflege, u/e temembexed owi ichooli
hitbry, but u/e, alio celebrated the pieient Ai u/e did
thii u/e realized that owe coaege hid been, U noui, and
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The 1989-1990 Homecoming King and Queen, Craig
Love and Amanda French.
Mr. Ruday and Monsignor Mouch enjoy talking
together in the circle.
The 100th Anniversary seal is a common sight
around campus this year.
Trica Golian, Joy Kirkland, Jean Tagliaferro,
Kelly Fortune, and Angle Nlsurander enjoy
spending time together.
Beth Foster, Kim Tratro and Ellen Dohlgreen
prepare for the night life at Saint Leo.
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Betsy Timeney and Charlie Doyle enjoy spending time together as friends.
Student Life included many different things throughout Saint Leo's history, as you can see as this student broadcasts
WDCF 1350 from the Lions Den.
Eric Seijo and Brandon Munson share a bond of broth-
erhood within Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Some Saint Leo student life occurs in the dorm rooms as
you can see in this picture.
The togetherness of communal life entailed in
Student Life gives one a true sense of belonging.
Although the learning process that plays a part in
this package is sometimes tedious, the interaction
with one another and the memorable times over-
shadows everything else. The tears and periodic
states of depression that students usually encoun-
ter is soon overcome by the exciting atmosphere
of Student Life., Further, all the young minds and
enthusiasm in Student Life clears the path for four
years of progress and success. High school years
were generally rewarding but after leaving that
institution most connections were lost while, on
the other hand, the intimate involvement of col-
lege student Life had a greater impact on students
and the times of fun seemed to linger long in
Hanging out was a past time for many students at St. Leo.
Students said that it wasn't what they were doing it was who
they were with. Students had a variety of things to do. Han-
gin' out in the dorm was the best. Other students felt a night
out on the town was the best. Some students who were the
more athletic students would hang out and play some tennis
or shoot some baskets. But most students just liked to hang
out with their friends in "The Cage." All in all students said
they liked spending time with their friends!
As brother and sister
Heather and Patrick
Poland enjoy hanging out
with each other.
Rick Seaver and Eric
Seijo make good use of
the sand volleyball court.
Jennifer Spencer, and
Klmberly Traino hang out
together at a pool party.
Joe Lynn, Joe Putaturo and Dave Wilson like to hang
out at parties together.
Brothers of Kappa Theta and Sigma Beta show that
being in a fraternity doesn't hinder friendships.
Ralph Jean-Pierre and Pat Pratt have fun dancing. •
Efrlan Velez playing some basketball with a good friend.
Spending some with each other makes Susan Grote and Eileen Rea happy.
From Here To There
Saint Leo students were seen traveling to class in many
different ways. Driving, walking, and riding bicycles seemed to
be the most popular. Those who lived in Marmion/Snyder
dreaded walking the hilly path to class. It was not exactly the
greatest experience. The sun was blazing, and temperatures
always reached the middle 80's. For the students who owned
cars, traveling to class was never a problem. The drivers were
usually gracious enough to take their walking friends to class.
For the naturalist, biking was an option. Those who wanted
faster mode of transportation with a scenic view were seen on
Many Saint Leo Students are happy to have cars to get around on campus in.
Students are seen all over campus pedaling away to be on time for class.
The dreaded Marmion/Snyder walk is not realistic to some parents, so this student
allows her mother to experience it for herself.
While many students have to walk around
campus, the maintenance men have their
golf carts to transport them.
Pledging involves getting around campus
fast, as these THE pledges are learning
Feet seem to become a students best friend or worst enemy when late for class.
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Studying at St. Leo was a very important part of daily life.
Students were seen in many different places while they tried
to study. The library was probably the quietest place to read
that horrible Chemistry text or wordy English novel. Some
students braved their room in search for study time. Most
times the halls were too loud and rowdy. Students sometimes
hid in their friends rooms to study so no one would bother
them. Studying was a vital part to life in college, the only
trouble was finding a place to do it!
Dan Clancy shows his excitement towards his upcoming religion exam.
Efrian Velez and Mark studying in the library together.
Perpetlna Lourdusamy studying in the sun.
Erin Connor doing some last minute studying.
Vinny Azzue trying to study with
Rolando Acosta and Joseph
Putaturo relieving stress from
Raymond Jackson, Brooke
Deutscher, and Jamie Gelep
dry off after some swimming.
Marry Kelly, (Snow White) visits with one of her good friends Happy, Mike Kenelly.
Roseanne Capanna, Kimberly Traino, Sherry Glover, and Debbie Jenson at the Christmas formal.
Shawn Miles and Wayne Mattos play some fraternity football.
A major part of college life was unity and this unity was
prevalent in the Greek organization at Saint Leo. College
students who choose to pledge with a certain organization
seemed to learn a lot about life, and just having fun. They
expressed their unified relationship in different functions,
games, and services such as the Panhellic IFC Dance, the Psi
Theta Epsilon Mr. Muscle Contest, the Tau Kappa Epsilon
Halloween Dance, the Delta Phi Delta pool party and many
other events. In short, Greek organization offered an atmo-
sphere that one could learn in as well as have a good time.
Julie Hanes, Pete Siepol, Sue Garcia,
and Deb Kelly having fun at the Delta pool
Sergi Franks dances his way to victory to
claim the Mr. Muscle of the year award.
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A common past time for most students was going to the pool or docks
during their free time. Many of us had difficulty finding spare time, but
when we did it was fun to spend it at the pool with our friends. Getting a
tan and having fun in the pool was what drew some to school in Florida.
Not only did we enjoy spending time with our friends but we also had
opportunities to meet and get to know new people.
Wash My Own Clothes?
We had all heard that it was true. When you get to college, we were
told, you'll have to do your own laundry. It was the one thing we really did
put off to the last minute. When we went to our dressers to find them
empty, only then did we do the unbearable, laundry. Most of us learned
rather fast, after our first load of pinks, to separate our clothes. Laundry
took up a lot of our valuable time and could be costly if put off to the last
minute. This event made us wonder, why did we ever leave home?
Just Another Day
During the middle of the semester many of us began to notice the
monotony of our days. We got up and went to classes, ate lunch, went to
the post office, and maybe did a few other things that had to be done. We
then went to our rooms and hung out with our friends until dinner. After
dinner we studied and if we were lucky had time to spend with our friends.
It seemed as if almost every day was the same. We realized that this was
the reason someone created weekends.
Being a part of the greek life in school was an important part of college
to some students. This is why these students actually subjected themselves
to pledging. It was the period in ones college career that most want to
forget. Being in college and getting the work done was hard enough by
itself but when one added pledging to the list, they knew they were in for a
difficult semester. During pledging many asked themselves, "why am I
doing this?". The answer became apparent the night you got in and
became a member of a very special group.
Campus jobs were very important and rewarding to many students on
campus. The job of Resident Assistant or RA was a very important job and
the position was held by the most responsible students on campus. Other
jobs such as office jobs were also important on campus. The students not
only helped the school but earned some extra money for the semester.
Other positions held by students served the students and faculty. These
jobs included the publication staff of the Monarch. Jobs gave students an
extra sense of responsibility which would help them in their future.
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Just For The Fun
Enjoying the Florida climate was something everyone liked to do. Many
students found this easy to do while getting some exercise at the same
time. These people took advantage of the sports facilities available to the
students. They found it not only enjoyable but a good way to relax and
spend time with friends. The most common sports played were tennis,
basketball, raquetball, and golf. This was a good way for many students to
forget about their problems, at least for the moment.
The Freshman Life
It started with orientation and the green folders. Everyone knew you
were one of them, the new freshmen. Adjusting to college life and being
away from home was fun, but also frightning. You had to make all new
friends and learn to fend for yourself. After orientation the students
arrived and you had to find your group of friends. And if all this wasn't
hard enough many new students had to spend half their first semester in
the labs. Being a freshman was difficult, but also a great experience one
that we will never forget.
Tom Duffy enjoys a moment by himself.
Sergi Franks is crowned Mr. Muscle.
Amanda French and Craig Love are crowned 1989-1990
King and Queen of family weekend.
Taft Flittner anad Deborah Kelly flash their winning
Brian Knight at a social function.
College life was very similar to a heroic journey.
It was a journey to accomplishing and fulfilling
ones aspirations. Seniors had been faced with
many obstacles through this learning process but
converserly, they had gained much along the way
with new knowledge and awareness. The priceless
experiences that college had offered them
stretched for miles as they grew and molded them-
selves. In no time at all the senior year of college
rolled in and mixed feeling took toll. The past
years seemed to have passed in a blaze and the
questions was then asked, where did it all go? The
special times, the hard times, the times when life
was so appropriate, so perfect. Where dit it all go?
However, although the compression of all gained
never fades. Graduation officially marked the
close of one chapter in life and the opening of
J. TODD BROADWATER
JERRY F. CONARD
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BRIAN F. COX
ROBERT HUGH DAVIS
CHARMAINE DE CASTRO
LIA MARTA DI TRAPANO
Wesley Chapel, FL.
Jamaica Queens, N.Y.
Pamela R. Bailey
Boca Raton, FL.
Spring Hill, FL.
Donny Bossi, Criminology East Boston, MA. As 1 stand at
the edge of the real world and look back at St. Leo, I see
the four longest years of my life academically but the four
shortest years socially. If I could do it all over again 1
wouldn't change a thing. "Ain't it funny how time flies when
the best was yet to come. What's so good about good-bye."
(Bryan Adams) Good Luck Class of '90. Prosper. Thank
you dogs you'll do it next year. Good luck and thank you to
my sister in Alpha Omicron PI. Jules, Bam Bam, Cindy,
Flounder and Spit I'll see you at 11:00. Dave and Trouble,
thank you; I was only joking "I know it hurt to say good-bye
but it's time for me to fly."
J. Todd Broadwater, Business Management Fort Lauder-
dale, FL. To all the guys in Sigma Beta: It's been fun.
Thanks for all the good times and the memories, you guys
Daniel Buksa, Political Science Munster, IN. Saint Leo
College's resident conservative — "The right is right!"
Margie Chipman, Psychology West Germany, "If you
believe it, you can achieve it"
Ed Chorzelewski, Finance Collingswood, N.J.
Jerri F. Conard, English Spring Hill, FL.
Richad Conway, Business Management Garden City,
Brian F. Cox, Pre-Law/Public Administration New Port
Richey, FL. "If you can't run with the big dogs, stay on the
porch!" To all my TKE brothers. "Line em up; Knock em'
Randall Daije, Accounting Saint Leo, FL.
Port Richey, FL.
Robert Hugh Davis, Marketing Key West, FL. To my
brothers in Sigma Phi Epsilon. I wish you all the best of
luck, please try to stay out of trouble and always strive to
be the best. To all of my other friends see you on the other
side; work hard and be sharp.
Ty Debellotte, Management Washington, D.C.
Alvaro L. De Castro
Saint Leo, FL.
Charmaine De Castro, Criminology Clearwater, FL. I'd
like to thank my family in Florida, (Dad, Mom, Cassandra,
Karl, Duane and Ryan) and in Canada (Granny, Mom,
Peter, Tish, Frank, Mercdez and Kristin). Thank-you all for
your support that made it possible for me to have the best
four years at Saint Leo College. I love you.
Saint Leo, FL.
Lia Marta Di Trapano
Lori M. Donaldson, Dance Hudson, FL.
Susan P. Eaves, Elementary Education Saint Leo, FL.
Mom and dad thanks for the support and encouragement.
Jackie thanks for the help and the humor. I will never forget
the good times. Put a smile on your face and bubble in your
ear. Ann-Marie and Sam "here's to the women "
Nancy here's to cheesesticks. Love and peace to all.
Saint Leo, FL.
Dade City, FL.
Patricia E. Gorham
Darren Felty, English Tampa, FL.
Anthony Ferrara, Accounting Bethany, CT.
Taft B. Flittner, Marketing Belleair, FL. To the students
left, best of luck. To my Sigma Phi Epsilon brothers, wish-
ing you the best in the world. Keep working hard you all
deserve the best. Thanks Mom and Dad, family and friends.
Sergi V. Franks, Psychology Winter Springs, FL.
Amanda French, Political Science/Public Administration
Toms River, N.J.
Saint Leo, FL.
Elizabeth Fuhrer, International Studies Saint Leo, FL.
Susan Lee Garcia
Saint Leo, FL.
Jamie M. Gelep, Computer Systems in Business Clearwa-
ter, FL. To my wonderful family, thank you for always
being there for me and thank you for the love and friend-
ship you have given me in my college years, Your support
in the last four years have made my college years what they
are today, unforgettable. There are not enough words that
could describe how I feel about you but the best words to
sum up my feelings would be "I love you!" To all my
friends, I wish you the best. All of you have made my
college years the best four of my life. Thank you for making
them so special. I will miss all of you very much. Thanks
again for the never forgotten memories.
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SERGI V. FRANKS
SUSAN LEE GARCIA
JAMIE M. GELEP
PATRICIA E. GORHAM
PAUL A. GREICO
CYNTHIA L. GREY
HELEN R. KENNEDY
MATTHEW P. LEARY
Hi,' 1 Mia
Safety Harbor, FL.
Paul A. Grieco, Political Science Tampa, FL. "The plea-
santest things the world are pleasant thoughts: and the
great art of life is to have as many of them as possible."
Montaigne thanks. Saint Leo College professors, students,
fraternity brothers (KA), sorority sistes (Alpha Sigma), fam-
ily and close friends for the pleasant thoughts that will last
within me for a lifetime. "Pepe"
Cynthia L. Grey
New Port Richey, FL.
Rob Hagerman, Psychology Tallahassee, FL.
Susan Landre, Restaurant and Hotel Management Berk-
ley Heights, N.J. To all my sisters in Delta - Thanks for all
the great memories and good times! I'd also like to say a
special thanks to my family who were more than support-
ive. 1 love you all and couldn't have done it without you all.
Matthew P. Leary, Accounting
Dade City, FL.
Port Richey, FL.
Leeanne Lizak, English
Marisa L. Lloyd
Saint Leo, FL.
Lynn Hudson, Elem. Education Bradenton, FL. To Mom
and Dad: You were always there to bring me up and keep
me going. Keep smiling right Mom!! I really appreciate
all the understanding, financial backing and cute little things
you do to make life better. Alpha Omicron Pi sisters —
your great! I know I could count on you and wish we had
more time together. Bonding that we share can never be
known by a non member. Cheerleaders: We've been
though a lot of ups and downs — literally. Your a super
group of friends and I'm going to miss all the fun. Bern and
Meredith: Keep your positive attitudes and thanks for all
the long talks — always staying optimistic. Dear teaching
friends: Thanks for all the long nights of team learning, calls
on the phone, and sharing of our hopes, dreams and fears
— yes, you will use music. Faculty: Patience, extra help,
and getting to know me as a person as well as a student is
something I will always remember. It was nice to know you
believed in me and were willing to give that added time to
make me believe in myself and my abilities. You're a super
bunch and are very dedicated to your job. Love you all.
Helen R. Kennedy
Saint Leo, FL.
Brian Knight, Public Administration, Minor History Cape
Coral, FL. To my parents, for their love and support, I
thank them. To my bros in Sigma Lambda fraternity, re-
member, brotherhood and friendship are two that will last
Craig W. Love, Finance/Acounting Troy, N.Y. "You will
never reach the top of your mountain following the path of
others" Thanks to all the people who actually cared, espe-
cially Dr. Durst, Dr. Arnold, and Mr. Ruday. Good luck
TKE, Dan, Amanda, Matty and Jill, and everybody else in
Leo land . I'll be back!! Thanks Mom and Dad
Karen Ludwig, Arts Management Madrid, Spain I would
like to thank those people who made all my years at Saint
Leo Unforgettable. Jackie and Brigid my memories of you
both will last a lifetime. To my Mom and Dad there is not
enough love in the world to express my thanks for all you
do for me. You are the best parents anyone could have, to
my wonderful sis — Kristen you will make it and "Te
Robin M. Mackinlay, Dade City, FL. Thanks Mom and
Dad! I love you! To "Mr. "Bowl, King Helmet, and Helmet
Jr.: I'll miss you guys and remember, the good looking girls
are going to go with them anyway!
Richard Mackizer, Business Management West Boylston,
MA. "Man often becomes what he believes himself to be. If
I keep on saying to myself if that I cannot do a certain thing,
it is possible that I may end by really becoming incapable of
doing it. On the contrary, if I shall have the belief that I can
do it, I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it even if I
may not have it at the beginning." I did it!! Good luck to all
my friends — We're going to need it out there! A very
special thanks to Bags and Bobbi, Records and Computer
Center, and Mep (my second family and home away from
home). Mr. Allison, you have trained and developed me to
be the consummate professional that succeeds — I can't
express my gratitude to you. Most importantly, Mom and
Dad, Nee, and Darlene my love and thanks for always being
there for me.
Kenneth W. Macmartin
Saint Leo, FL.
Alisons Maher, Psychology Tampa, FL. Here's to four
years there has been a lot of laughes and a few tears. To the
sisters of the maroon and white may all the memories of
Delta burn bright. To the professors of the college for all
their time and their knowledge. To all my good friends and
partners in crime for the finest of memories and the best of
times. And most of all to the best Mom and Dad for my
degree and great times I've had. Love, Thanks and all the
best in the future!!!
Saint Leo, FL.
New Port Richey, FL.
Daniel Maltese, Public Administration Pre-Law Port Ri-
chey, FL. I hope 1 have the opportunity to accomplish all
my dreams of the future. To the brothers of Tau Kappa
Epsilon, you made going to college a great experience.
Craig and Mick: Sugar Squirrel, how chow, don't kick the
wall, shaving cream, bottlerockets, crazy birds, mudlucious,
wow! We will keep in touch, Johnny Moore, you're number
one. Bully how's mocy? V-man, who pulled the snake?
Spring Hill, FL.
Christopher M. Mazza, Business Finance Shark River
Hills, N.J. I like to thank my parents for the support that
they have given me over these college years. I also like to
thank all of my friends who have made these years the best!
Especially J. P. who stuck by me through the good times
and bad. Good uck to the soccer team. See ya at the alumni
game. T.H. and R.S. remember the bus trip to Georgia.
"Rise and shine and always remember the trip to Miami.
MARISA L. LLOYD
CRAIG W. LOVE
ROBIN M. MACKINLAY
KENNETH W. MAC MARTIN
PAT MC CRINK
MIKE MC GRATH
JOHN A. MERULLO
DONNA M. NAVAKAS
MICHELLE A. NOLEN
Boynton Beach, FL. Thanks Mom and Richard for sticking
by me for aH these years. I would also like to thank my
grandparents for all their support. KA, you have been the
best brothers and but could ask for. I would also like to say
farewell to the best roommates. Joan and Sluggo, it has
Saint Leo.. FL.
John A. Merullo, English Kissimmee, FL. How does one
write a Senior quote without being corny? It's impossible!
So thanks to Mother and Father and all my family, the
English professors and all my friends. Long live the Mon-
arch! Good-bye La Triviata! Good-bye Saint Leo!
John Minardi, Marketing
E. Northport, N.Y.
Saint Leo, FL.
North Caldwell, N.J.
Donna M. Navakas, Management Safety Harbor, FL.
Good luck to everyone! Thanks Mom and Dad! Thanks
SLC for the memories! I'm outta here!!!
Michelle A. Nolen
Dade City, FL.
Wesley Chapel, FL.
Dade City, FL.
David Peterson, Engish
Saint Leo, FL.
Joan Plowman, Management Smiths Parish, Bermuda, I
like to thank my sorority, Delta Phi Delta, for making my
years at Saint Leo the greatest. I wish you all the best in the
years to come. I would also like to thank CM. for making
the past two years a time I will never forget. Thanks Mom
and Dad for your support and for believing in me.
John Quann, Music
Michelle A. Robinson
Saint Leo, FL.
Saint Leo, FL. When I am gone I would like Psi Theta
Epsilon to keep building the good times and traditions. To
the class of Psi it was a blast and you gys are special. I wish
good luck for Tara S. S.H., B.V.I, was Great. Tina's S. I'll
miss hangin at the beaches. Kim P. enjoy the rest of your
year lil' sis. Alpha Delta it was interesting. To Mel, Donna,
Shari, and Betsy. We finally did it; Delbotch you can do it
too! Donna thanks for #208, B.H., F.L. and just for fun! I
would like to say special thanks to my family and especially
my parents you gave me the experience of a life time!! —
Lynn M. Snarski
St. Petersburg, FL.
Saint Leo, FL.
Matthew Sullivan, Sociology New City, N. Y. Kappa The-
ta/Sigma Alpha Epsilon, We've been #1 since I've been
here, why stop now! /Little train, Track-o, Dumper the
original posse/'88-89 season will go down in history.
"Champs" (Say no more)/Hey Rubble, E-Man, Chewy
bring home that football trophy where it belongs/Lopez,
best of buddies. Where could I ever find a roomie like
you?/Zig, me and amigos are tight!/Molly — Bad attitude!
Van Etten, friends forever/Kim, Kris, Monica, once a bud-
dy always a buddy. /Ronnie, shaggy 3 on 3 all the way to
Orlando/Ty-Burn — Never stop styling and profilin-
g/You're all the best and I'll never forget you guys./
"Kappa Theta/Sigma Alpha Epsilon — If your not the best
don't follow the rest." Mom, I would of never made it
without you. God bless you, I love you Mom!
Kendra Techeira, Biology St. John's, Antigua I wish to
thank all of the people here at Saint Leo, who have helped
me to get by four of the best years of my life. I especially
wish to thank Dr. Wright, Dr. Dooris, and Dr. Peterson who
have helped to guide me all these years. Alpha Sigma, I
love you and even though we are now changing it will be for
the best. I will never forget you. Mimi, Anja, Ravi, David,
Sashi and all of my great buddies I'll miss you. Take care
and keep in touch.
Racquet T. Thompson
Saint Leo, FL.
Beth Tirone, Accounting
E. Hartford, CT.
James L. Toomer
Massapequa, N.Y. To Mom and Dad and my family, the
most important part of my life. Thank you all for your
support. 1 couldn't have made it without you. And to Delta
Phi Delta/Tri-Sig thanks you for making college some of
the best times of my life and remember you can get through
anything once you get your mind on it. I'll miss you. To my
roommates wasn't it fun? And first of all J.T.B. you've one
of a kind and sorry, there is no second of all!!
Thomas Van Etten
Saint Leo, FL.
Doris L. Watson
Dade City, FL.
JoAnne R. Zarro, Social Work
Saint Leo, FL.
MICHELLE A. ROBINSON
LYNN M. SNARSKI
RACQUEL T. THOMPSON
JAMES L. TOOMER
THOMAS VAN ETTEN
DORIS L. WATSON
JOANNE R. ZARRO
Juniors were now in the midst of everything.
They were only a few semesters away from gradu-
ating, and depending on their majors, the over-
welming experience of internship came into
vogue. All of the knowledge they had gained was
put to the test. Their college career was at it's
peak. Juniors were better able to handle the many
different happenings during the course of each
day. Juniors should have felt a high percentage of
accomplishment because the journey from fresh-
man to junior was a major struggle. It was a strug-
gle from insecurity to security.
Lincoln Gomez, a Pre-Med major,
came to Saint Leo because of its
strong biology program, its warm
climate and its small community. After
graduation he plans to attend medical
school. He is unsure whether he wants
to be a pediatrician or a psychiatrist
but the one thing he is sure of is that
he wants to help people. He obtained
the Resident Assistant job as a second
semester freshman which is very
unusual. Through his position he has
made a very positive contribution to his
residents. Lincoln has also represented
Saint Leo College at some seminars.
He feels that he is an involved person
and with that he has given to the
school. His advice to everybody is that
nothing is wrong in failing but there is
in not trying. Lincoln believes that this
applies to all aspects of life. His
message to the people of Saint Leo
College is to be a part in our college
and take pride in what you do.
JAMIE Y. ARLEO
High ambitions have carried Meridith
Ink successfully through her first three
years at Saint Leo College, which is sur-
prising considering when she applied she
intended on staying only two years. Saint
Leo's has kept a strong hold on her
though, and has kept her busy. Planning
on being a theatre major her first year
here, Meridith switched to Accounting
and hopes to get a job in an accounting
firm in the Big Eight and eventually own
her own firm. Treasurer of the class of
1991, senator in SGA and member of
Delta Epsilon Sigma Honor Society, Meri-
dith has tried her best throughout her
years here to give her all to her classes,
help people and to help the student gov-
ernment association as much as possible.
Says Meridith to her classmates, "Any-
thing you desire in life you can do, just go
"Get the most out of Saint Leo
College when you have the chance and
give one-hundred percent in everything
you do." This is what Jenn Koslow has
been doing since she stepped foot on
this campus. A Hotel and Restaurant
Management major, Jenn hopes to
become a general manager of a hotel
in New York City and eventually own
it. In addition to her studies, Jenn is
President of Tri-Sigma Sorority,
secretary of the class of 1991, was
recording secretary, Assistant Pledge
Educator, alumni chairboard, and
national representative for Delta Phi
Delta Sorority, and she played three
consecutive years on the varsity softball
team. She has become involved
because she enjoys giving a students
view on campus functions and giving
input. Putting her views in as a student
through her positions allows the faculty
to see a students point of view.
Gorden enjoyed Saint Leo's more
personable atmosphere with students,
faculty and administration which was
what drew him to the school. A
business management major Gorden
believes "nothing is impossible to
achieve." President, undergraduate
director, and on the alumni board of
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity plus an
active member of American Marketing
Association, Gordon still finds the time
to enjoy an active social life. Upon
graduation Gordon hopes to settle in
Florida and use the degree he earned
at Saint Leo College to find a secure
and profitable job.
, JUILE MULDER
Kristen Kelleher and Marijean Oster
enjoy themselves at the Delta Pool Party.
After displaying her acting talents, Lisa
McClougen takes a well deserved break.
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These two sophomores discuss
plans for an upcoming event.
The first year of college was now over and the
freshmen became sophomores. Their courses be-
came a little more challenging and life in college
somehow seemed different. Sleepless nights came
into play, and stress was experienced. Sopho-
mores began to taste the adult life and a day
packed with things to do. Each day was a new
step; a step towards growth and the continuation
of maturity. The demands placed upon college
sophomores requested decisiveness and responsi-
bility. The taste of the real world and its drastic
time slots and incidences educate the developing
minds of sophomores as they progressed deeper
Taken in by the climate, Saint Leo
College has brought about leadership
qualities in Michael Crotty. Mike
believes that his patient, caring, hard
working, and ethical character has led
him to his achievements. These
achievements include serving on the
executive boards of Sigma Phi Epsilon
and the class of 1992. Mike is in the
Hotel and Restaurant Management
program and the qualities that he holds
will lead him to being a successful
owner and manager of a restaurant in
Florida. Mike strives for the best and
sets an example for that by leading
people to better things. Mike is in the
pursuit of excellence and attempts to
be all that he can be.
Angres Thorpe and Mike Crotty.
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MARITZA DE LA FUENTE
An Elementary Education major, Lisa
Kelaghan chose Saint Leo College
because of its warm climate and
reputation. Lisa is a senator to SGA
and is President of her sorority, Alpha
Xi Omega. These involvements, though
time consuming, do not take her away
from her studies and social life. After
graduation she plans to return to her
native Rhode Island and work with
deaf children while furthering her
education. Lisa is not only fluent in
English, but also in the language for
the deaf, sign language. Lisa is always
a friendly sight to people around
campus with her smiling face. She is by
far a great asset to any institution, and
Saint Leo is very proud to have her.
Anna Liza Molina has tried her hand
at about everything. She feels that she
has made an impact on Saint Leo
College. "I have tried to the best of
my ability to put my effort into the
activities offered at Saint Leo College.
I feel I have enriched my college
career academically and
extracurricularly," says Anna. As
President of the class of 1992 and re-
elected to this office, Arts and Lecturer
Chairperson for CUB, Orientation
Leader, and contributor to SACS, it is
easy to see Anna's leadership qualities.
Also a Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart
it is hard not to resist her charm and
vivacious personality. Even with all her
involvements, Anna maintains a high
G.P.A. and continues to work steadily *
towards her degree in Accounting.
Upon graduation she wishes to remain
in Florida where she has lived all her
PETER VAN DYKE
AMY VAN ZYKE
Eileen Rea didn't waste any time
when she arrived at Saint Leo College.
As soon as she saw the campus she
knew it was the right place for her.
She started the hall government
program for Saint Leo and Saint
Edwards dormatories, is involved in
CUB entertainment and holds the
position of Treasurer for Alpha
Omicron Pi sorority. Eileen is known as
a friendly face around campus which
draws people to her. For this reason
she became an orientation leader and
has been helping people get their feet
on the ground. A social work major,
she hopes to work in the boundires of
drug rehabilitation or adoption
agencies. Eileen believes you must be
involved and care about others, but not
to expect others to work for you. You
must work for you first before you can
expect others to work for you.
A group of freshmen girls realize that friendships
develop fast in the beginning.
This freshmen finds time to relax and play a games of
On entering college most freshmen were filled
with enthusiasm and curriosity as to what life away
from home and parental guidance was really like.
They exuded prolific energy as they encountered
higher learning. Some freshmen entered college
with insecure feelings and parental dependency,
but after involvement in college life it was appar-
ent that freshmen gained independence from their
different experiences, since college life demands a
certain level of maturity. In a small college like
Saint Leo, freshmen were quickly acquainted with
the campus and the students. The convenient size
and the pleasing environment of Saint Leo gave
one a feeling of belonging. Freshmen encountered
a life of change as they journed on a new road that
consisted of invaluable friendships, times of happi-
ness, times of tears, and most importantly, an
education that enabled the enhancement of their
lives after college.
Frank Hudson and Irene Charleton enjoy the Christmas Formal together.
yusan Fosnot has a good time with her new friends from Saint Leo.
"There are two ways of spreading
light: to be the candle or the mirror
that reflects it." She was the President
of the freshman class and a very
determined person. Susan is a Biology
major and hopes one day to become a
doctor, possibly a dermatologist. She
chose Saint Leo College because it was
a small, private college with a
personable atmosphere. Susan said
that, "As President, 1 hoped to lead
the freshman class in activity, spirit,
and service to the school. Also into
being proud of the class of 1993 and
becoming an active intergral part of
Saint Leo College. This past year
Susan lead her class in many
fundraising activities and service
projects which fulfilled the goals of
which she set out to accomplish.
Paul Metilly for President, year
2008. This is how Paul introduces
himself to new adversaries. Senator in
the Student Government Association,
Treasurer for the class of 1993,
member of the Young Republicans and
Brother to Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity,
it is no wonder that Paul's ambition is
to be President of the United States of
America. Paul carries with him an air
of authority and confidence around
campus but it is known that when it's a
problem you have, you turn to Paul.
His quick wit and warm heart always
seem to put you back "in the pink".
Paul chose Saint Leo because his sister,
Jill Metilly, attended here and his sense
of family is very strong. An undeclared
major, Paul is leaning towards
secondary education. Remember when
the 2008 elections come up to read
the ballot and cast your vote for Paul
ERIN SANTORO ,
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Kyle Provost, native of
Massachusettes, chose Saint Leo
College because of its geographical
location and its opportunities in soccer.
He is a Business Administration major
and hopes one day to move permently
to the south and secure a job in
Accounting. As a freshman Kyle was a
member of the varsity soccer team,
was chairman of the night club for
CUB, was secretary of the class of '93,
and was voted in as Vice-President for
his sophomore year. He also pledged,
and is now a member of Tau Kappa
Epsilon. He believes he has made a bit
of an impact on Saint Leo and feels he
has done as much as he could to help
the school. Kyle has a very friendly
and personable character and says, "If
you can't say anything nice then don't
say anything at all."
"Cape Diem," sieze the day. This is
the motto Jeff Wilson attempts to live
his life by at Saint Leo. Jeff chose
Saint Leo for its small community
setting, and its atmosphere for
studying. Another aspect that attracted
Jeff to the school was the reputation of
the biology program which is his
chosen field of study. With a degree in
biology Jeff intends to further his
education in the medical field,
primarely in the field of dermatology.
Jeff believes that his determination to
work hard, his friendliness, and his
ability to listen combined, helped him
while holding the office of Vice-
President for the class of '93.
Throughout his four years at Saint Leo
Jeff will continue to be a link between
his fellow students and faculty.
Marriot maintenance always on top of problems.
Terry Challenger takes a liesurely stroll around
Faculty And Staff
Dr. Kurt Van Wilt takes a lunch break.
This faculty/staff begs one of the students not to dunk him
at Fall Family Festival.
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A most vital aspect to Saint Leo College was the
quality of the faculty and staff. The faculty was full
of talented and well educated professors. They
were always there when needed to help. We
learned much from them as they guided us
through our four years at Saint Leo College. The
staff was always there during the hectic times to
make sure things ran smooth and to keep the level
of anxiety down. Marriot maintanence kept our
campus beautiful and clean and always walked
around with a smile. Without the faculty and staff
at Saint Leo College the goals we, as students, try
to reach would be unattainable.
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The College Union 3oard sponsors many activities during the school yeai
Lisa Kelaghan enjoys holding the position of President in her organization Alpha Xi Omegc
Deb Kelly enjoys being involved
in organizations at Saint Leo
The position of Vice-President of
the class of 1993 is an important
one to Jeff Wilson.
Alpha Sigma And Phi Tau Omega
FRONT ROW L-R PAUL GRECIO, ALLISON SEABURN, MARIJEAN OSTAR, CHERYL ANDREWS,
DEBBIE PLANT, KRISTEN KELLEHER, KENDA TECHIERA, LAURA BENA, TODD BROADWATER,
BACK ROW L-R DEB KELLY, MARGOT VANBELLEGHEM, EDNA SANTOS, KAREN ROHER, MARK,
Alpha Xi Omega
FRONT ROW L-R KELLY RICE, DARLA MCCLUSKEY, KATHLEEN WILLIAMS, AMY SMITH,
MARY KELLY, BACK ROW L-R LISA KELAGHAN (PRESIDENT), LEANNE FLAIG (TRES.), JILL
METILLY, RENEE LACERENZA (V.P.), JOHN O'MAHONY, KIM WINKLER (SEC), DENISE
American Marketing Association
FRONT ROW L-R GAIL PORTHER (SEC), KAREN VAIL (TRES.), VALERIE BEDNARZ, BROOKE
DEUTSCHER, BACK ROW L-R WILLIAM LOPEZ, TAFT FLITTNER (PRESIDENT), ART ORDONO,
OR FRANK ARNOLD (MODERATOR), GORDON ZANETTI, LARRY LAVACCA.
Saint Leo Ambassadors
FRONT ROW L-R BERNADETTE PARKER, MIMI ROBERTS (PRESIDENT), KAREN LYONS (V.P.),
VALERIE BEDNARZ (SEC), BETH BUDD (TRES.), GAIL PORTHER, BACK ROW L-R LINCOLN
GOMEZ, GORDEN ZANETTI, ROSS CORTINO, SHAWN CHUTE, CRAIG LOVE, QUINN AUSBURN,
HUGH DAVIS, TOM DUFFY, TAFT FLITTNER, ALLAN POWERS (MODERATOR).
AMANDA FRENCH LATE AS USUAL
Amnesty International USA Saint Leo College Group
L-R MARJORIE ARNADE (MODERATOR), KATIE DELANY (PRESIDENT), LISA MCCOLGON (V.P.
JAIMIE SACHEZ, SAMANTHA BOTHWELL (SEC), ANNE MARIE MOORE (TRES).
FRONT ROW L-R SISTER GERALDINE (MODERATOR), SABRINA BURTON, KAREN VAIL (TRES ),
DEBBIE DAVIS, THERESA PEPE (PRESIDENT), IRENE CHARLTON, BROTHER RICK, BACK ROW L
R CHRISTINA GIBBS, CHRIS HINKLEY, AMY, WILLIAM QUIGLEY (V.P.), FR. LEO, JOHN
MERULLO, VALERIE BEDNARZ (SEC)., DENISE RAMSEY, BETH BUDD.
Council For Exceptional Children
L-R BERNADETTE PARKER (PRESIDENT), MICHELLE CAIN, LISA FREEMAN (SEC).
Circle K International
FRONT ROW L-R DOREEN DAVIS, FRANCINE RUSSEE, BERNADETTE WILLIAMS, STACEY
CUMBEVBATCH, TAMMY BANKS (PRESIDENT), SUZZETTE KNOWLES (SEC), BACK ROW L-R
NATASHA SPENCER, KATHERINE WHITTAKER (TRES.), BRENDA HILLER (V.P.), ALDO PRATS,
SONIA TAYLOR, LENORA BERNY, MRS. FRANCIS MARTIN (MODERATOR).
FRONT ROW L-R VALERIE BEDNARZ (V.P.), COLLEEN FLANAGAN (PRESIDENT), BACK ROW L-R
JOEL SHERMAN, WILLIAM QUIGLEY (SEC), JOHN MURPHY.
Class Of 1993
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FRESHMAN CLASS. PRESIDENT SUSAN FOSNOT, VICE PRESIDENT JEFF WILSON, SECRETARY
KYLE PROUST, TREASURER PAUL METTILY.
L-R ANTHONY FUCCIONE (PHOTO EDITOR), MICHELLE CAIN (ASSISTANT EDITOR), KIM
WINKLER (EDITOR), JOY KIRKLAND, JEAN TAGL1AFERRO, DAN CLANCY.
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Psi Theta Epsilon
FRONT ROW L-R MELISSA HOMAN, MIDDLE ROW L-R KRISTI FLYNN, JOAN1E BEVINGTON,
JAMIE GREEN, NARA SCHAAD, AMY VANZYCK, DONNA MAHONEY, ANDREA KOVAC, SHARI
SPRINGSTEEN (V.P.), LISA FREEMAN, BACK ROW L-R MARK CARRETTA, SHARON ATKINSON,
KIM DELBOCCIO, BETSY FUHRER, AUDREY ATKINSON, TINA STANBACK, JEN BRACKEN,
JENNIFER KELLER, TRACY RAULERSON, KIM PRYAR, FRANKIE FERNANDEZ.
FRONT ROW L-R NANCY GUNTER, KELLY MILNER (V.P.), DR. CHRISMAN, BACK ROW L-R SERGI
FRANKS, PATRICK EWERS (TRES.), MICHAEL MURPHY (PRESIDENT).
Saint Edward And Saint Leo Hall Government
FRONT ROW L-R MICHELLE CAIN (PRESIDENT), BERNADETTE PARKER, LYNN HUDSON, LISA
FREEMAN, MIDDLE ROW L-R MARY MORNEY, ELIZABETH ZIEGLER, BACK TOM LUSSIANO,
Class Of 1992
L-R TODD TRUMPORE, JOEL SHERMAN, WILLIAM QUIGLEY.
College Union Board
FRONT ROW L-R ANNA MOLINA, KLYE PROVST, ANA GONZALEZ, MICHELLE CAMUS, JEN
PETTI, BACK ROW L-R JOHN SPINAZZOLOA, AMANDA FRNCH, BRIAN CHASTEEN
(MODERATOR), EILEEN REA (SEC./TRES.), CRAIG LOVE (PRESIDENT), CHRISTIAN DEL1SLE,
Saint Leo International Student Association
FRONT ROW L-R A PRATS, P LOURDUSAMYH, P DAVIS, S TAYLOR, E WALTERS, M LLOYD, N
SPENSER, S KNOWLES (SEC), MIDDLE ROW L-R T WALLER, C JOSEPH, S CUMBERBATCH, G
PORTHER, M ROBERTS, J THOMPSON (PRESIDENT), C MILLER, P PIERRIC (V.), Y SAMUEL (SEC).,
P ONALL JR., M HENRIQUEZ JR, BACK ROW L-R S ALBURY, V WOLFF, N POORAN, C DELISLE,
S POORAN, S GARDNER, H JESS, R JEAN-PIERRE, D FULLER, S HO PARK, A JOSEPH, C
Student Government Assoc.
L-R AMANDA FRENCH (PRESIDENT), JEN PETTI (TRES.), DAVID PRELLER (ATTORNEY
GENERAL), TAFT FLITTNER (COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER), JAMIE GELEP (SEC), EILEEN
Student Government Association
Pledging is a difficult experience as these Psi Theta Epsilon pledges are figuring out.
Being Greek means having a lot of new friends in other Greek organizations.
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John Ashfield is not only a member of Alpha Sigma Chi
but a big brother to Alpha Xi Omega.
Brian Knight enjoys being a member of Phi Kappa Sigma.
These Greek students enjoyed one
of the many Greek sponsored
events during the year.
Sigma Beta Fraternity enjoys
supporting the schools events.
These brothers like having fun
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E.J. Mechley, Carlos
Santiago, Anna Molina, and
Kim Demateo are not only in
the same fraternity, but close
friends. Being in a sorority means
also having a lot of fun as these
girls in Psi Theta Epsilon know.
Alpha Phi Alpha
Alpha Omicron Pi
FRONT ROW L-R JENNIFER AMBROSE, LAURIE
ZIMMERMAN, SUE ENGLES. MARY MINTER, HEATHER
BREAUX, KAREN ANDERSON, LYNN WOJEWODA, INDIRA
KINGSLY, SUZANNE GRODY, MIDDLE ROW L-R JOY
KIRKLAND, MAURA MCSHANE, BETH TIRONE, TRACY
GALLAGHER, SHANNON CORCORAN, SUZIE BROOKS,
CARMEN CARTER (V.P.), KATHY KWAAK, TARA
FARRINGTON, TRACY BUSBY, TARA STAVOLA, EILEEN
FROHM (PRESIDENT), BACK ROW L-R KAREN LYONS.
TANA ROBERTS, KAY HIGH, LYNN HUDSON, JULIE
MULDER, PAT PRATT, DONNY BOSSI, BONNIE KLOTZ,
TRACY DEBEASE, JULIANNE THOMAS, KIM LEITNEN,
JILL MOORE (SEC).
Alpha Sigma Chi
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FRONT ROW L-R MIKE PRICE, COLLIN, RICH MILLER,
JOHN BENZ, COLIN MONAHAN, JIM HANLON, ERIC
CANTLON (SEC), CHERLY EDWARDS, BACK ROW L-R
ERIC HUNDERSON, FRED KUSSEL, CHRIS, JEFF, TONY,
DAVID PRELLER (TRES.), PAT MCCRINK, PAT TOOMEY,
MIKE PHILPOTT (V.P.), BOB MADOR. NOT PICTURED
BETH SNYDER, PAUL A. GREICO.
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FRONT ROW L-R JOHN VANZYKE, TOM VANETTEN
(V.P.), PETE VANDYKE, CHRIS GAZZARD, RICK SEAVER
(SEC), BACK ROW L-R FRED COLBY (MODERATOR),
JUSTIN PIC1LLO (PRESIDENT), KRISTEN KELLEHER, JOHN
BONIN (TRES.), BRIAN KNIGHT (V.P.), MARC SERRA,
Phi Kappa Sigma
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
FRONT ROW L-R JACKIE WHITE, KRISTIE FLYNN, KIM
DELBOCCIO, MIDDLE ROW L-R EFRAIN VELZE (SEC),
PETE MCINTIRE (TRES.), DAN CUNNINGHAM, MATT
SULLIVAN, MIKE STERNS, BACK ROW L-R SHAUN
KENNEDY, PAT POLAND, JOHN MURDAUGH, CRAIG
SCHLICK (PRESIDENT), BOB CASEY, BOB FARRELL,
FRONT ROW L-R CHRIS POTVIN, BRETT SHERWAVTOTT,
JIM PAWLAK, STEVE FACQUES, VIN SMITH, DAN
HENDRICKSON, MIDDLE ROW L-R JIM BUSCARINI, TOM
DAVIS, SCOT REBELLO, JOHN ASSENHIEMER, NICK
DANNENBAUM (SEC), RAY JACKSON, JEN PETTI, BACK
ROW L-R BILL FEEHAN, DAVE POWERS (V.P.), J. TODD
BROADWATER (PRESIDENT), CHRIS PISCITELLI (TRES.),
B.J. SAGE, MARK CARRETTA.
Sigma Phi Epsilon
FRONT ROW L-R JOSEPH LYNN, QUINN AUSBURN,
SERGIO RODRIGUEZ, TAFT FLITTNER, ROBERT DAVIS,
ANGRES THORPE, ANTHONY FERRARA, CHARLES
HERMAN, FERDINANDO VOTO, ROGER TAMBORLANE,
BACK ROW L-R DARIN CHESLEY, ALLAN POWERS
(MODERATOR/CHAPTER COUNSELOR) ROBERT GANDY,
ERIK SEIJO (V.P.), BILL LABARR, CHRISTOPHER
DELUCIA, CHRISTOPHER ODREINA, THOMAS DUFFY,
ROBERT COAKLEY (SEC), MICHAEL CROTTY (TRES.),
GORDON ZANETTI (PRESIDENT), ROLANDO ACOSTA.
LITTLE SISTERS CHARMAINE DECASTRO, DANA
JORDAN, JAMIE GREEN.
Sigma Sigma Sigma
FRONT ROW L-R JEN KOSLOW (PRESIDENT),
CHARMAINE DECASTRO, JAMIE GELEP, KERRY
MEISENHEIMER, AMY BARLOW (SEC), SARAH MAURICO,
MIDDLE ROW L-R JULIE HANES, EILEEN VALDINE, DANA
JORDAN, BROOKE DEUTSCHER, KIM EDINGER (TRES.),
JENNIFER PETTI, KRISTEN LUDWIG (V.P.), KELLY PATCH,
KIM DEEHAM, SARA GARALD, ALISON MAHER, BACK
ROW L-R STACEY VORAS, MICHELE BROADHURST,
DEBBIE JENSEN, PIA , KELLY FORTUNE, BETH SYLVIA,
ANDIE NICWANDER, JEANNE KRANKS.
Tau Kappa Epsilon
FRONT ROW L-R DOUG HARMONY "WOODY", VINNY
GANGI "VIN MAN", CHRIS MORGAN "BULLY", CHUCK
CASH "SURF" (TRES.), DAVE DEAN "GILLIGAN" (SEC),
SERGI FRANKS "ST. TACKLEBURY", MIDDLE ROW L-R
ADOLF GRZYB "BUST A MOVE", DAN MALTESE "POPS",
TODD FIELD "RETOD", JACK PAIN "KICKBALL", RALPH
GUERRERO "WHIPLASH", LINCOLN GOMEZ "MEDIC",
MATT LEARY "TATO", JEFF FINK "V2 PINT", DOUG
HOTTINGER "FRESH", MIKE MALIZIA "MIA", BACK ROW
L-R BERNIE NEILLY "PENGUIN", MIKE MCGRATH "IRON
MIKE", CARLOS SATIAGO "MOUCH", JOHN REDICK
"HULKSTER", KEN ROWAN "SWAIN", DAVE KAYE
"NORM JR." (V.P.), CRAIG LOVE "ARNOLD", ROSS
CORTINO "ROSCO" (PRESIDENT), CHRIS BRADLEY
"DOC", SHAUN CHUTE "BUTTONS", TERRY BOYLAN
"POTATO HEAD" DAVE GREENFIELD "GULLIVER", BILL
HENNESSY "WILD BILL".
L-R SARAH MAURICO, TRACY DEBEASE, BROOKE
DEUTSHER, SHANNON CORCORAN (SEC), JULIE HANES
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1990 Saint Leo College
U.S. Military Academic
University of Lowell
University of Akron
Univ. of Southern Maine
1989-90 FINAL RESULTS
Valdosta (R. Tourn)
Columbus (R. Tourn)
Mt. Mercy College
Saint Thomas U.
S.E. Mass. Univ.
Mercy College (NY)
U. of Tampa
U. of Tampa
1989-90 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL FINAL RESULTS
Univ. of Maine
California U. (PA)
U. of Tampa
U. of Tampa
Diadre Basagic, Kelly Datch, Laurie Zimmerman, Denna Stachelele, Stacy Voras, Lynn Hudson, Kim Audette,
Jennifer Keller Not pictured, Mary Keeley and Kim DeMatteo
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1989 MONARCH INVITATIONAL CROSS
University of Tampa
Saint Leo College
1989 MONARCH INVITATIONAL CROSS
University of Tampa
Saint Leo College
Rollins College *
Florida Southern *
* Did not start full team.
Tampa u U.
1989 Conference Games
Univ. of Tampa
Univ. of Tampa
. . . More Sports
1989 LADY MONARCH VOLLEYBALL RESULTS
U. of Tampa
at Eckerd College
at Fla. Southern
U. of Tampa
at Barry U.
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